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it has twelve nomination necessary all, but it's not expected to be tonight's big winner. >> they are sprucing up the newly named hall of the oscars. what was the kodak is now the dolby theater. momentum is building for argue go to win best picture tonight. >> these people dikes they die badly. >> ben affleck's film has done well on the award circuit, even winning best director. but while he was snubbed in the same category at the oscars, he says he doesn't feel slighted. >> i feel so incredibly honored to be here at the big party. >> with affleck out, exactly who will win the best director oscar is anyone's guess. another race that's too close to call is the one for best actress. french film star may have her edge for the work in amoire. she's astounding at 86. and jennifer lawrence won the golden globe. >> but she's also only 23, 24
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years old. jessica in zero dark 30, also amazing, but i promise you it's not going to be the best performance of her career. >> daniel day lewis may have turned in his career's best performance playing of the 16th president. >> true, because it works. he's considered a shoe-in for a record third best actor oscars. another heavy layer is hathaway for best supporting actress. she sad what she's looking forward tonight is smewsing with steven spielberg. >> you have to remind people that you are there but i also any that's part of being an actor. and seth mcfarland is hosting the show. look for him to sing and maybe ruffle a few feathers with his humor. mcfarland is trying to meet or manage high expectation was tongue in cheek. he programs a show that will be astonishly, dazzling mediocre. reporting live in hollywood.
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back to you. >> he's so bad. i'm probably getting ahead of myself. can we talk parties? we have the governor's ball. do you know what is going to happen there. >> governor's ball or what we call around here dinnertime. wolfgang puck will be running that show again this year. 19 years in a row for him. i've taken a lock at the grocery list, 1250 stone crab clause, 30 gallons of cocktail sauce and 6,000 buns. that's a lot. >> live from the red carpet in hollywood. among those watching closely tonight will be a group of students at the san francisco's academy of arts university. they played a role in a film with multiple oscars nominations, including best picture, director and actress. carolyn tyler has the story. >> the whole universe. everything together.
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before "beasts of the southern wild" made it to the big screen, a small group of students worked on it for months. >> you work on the shots, and you don't know how big it is going to be. you are just working on them because you love what you do. >> what he did was help create visual effects for the fantasy drama, set in the louisiana bayou. he painstakingly enhanced the look and feel of a levy explosion. >> there is added debris to make it a little bit more intense. >> the movie was made on a shoestring budget, under $2 million, so the financially-challenged director approached the academy of art university. student volunteers did most of the post production visual effects, including a key screen of stampeding big--like creatures. the teacher said her class brought heart and passion to the project. >> "beasts of southern wild" had
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a great story. so i felt what we were doing was integrate into that story and helped tell the story in our own little way. >> this is where the magic happens. they call it studio 400a. in all, 31 students from the academy of arts contributed to the hollywood blockbuster. they were in constant contact with the director. enjoying him and the young star during a preview the skywalker ranch. >> it lingers in you and it's like, wow, i can't believe i actually worked on that and i was part of this huge film and i was part of what made it up there, my colleagues and i. >> they have the credits to prove it both on the screen and in the class and a resume as amazing as the movie. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> abc7 is the only place to watch the oscars tonight. our live coverage begins at 2:00 this afternoon. you can count down the final hours with our official oscars app. the backstage pass feature gives you the best access.
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northern a dozen cameras, streaming videos behind the scenes and from the red carpet. you can get the oscars experience by downloading our oscars app. it's available for i-phone, ipad, android and the kindle fire. abc7 is also hosting a virtual oscars party on our facebook page. all you have to do to get your invitation is to like us on facebook and then you can hang out with 95,000 other bay area fans to post your opinions on the fashion flops, oscar snubs, and surprises. and again our coverage begins at 2:00 with "on the red carpet at the oscars." you can see the stars arrive and then the big show begins at 5:30. following the oscars we have a recap of the biggest moments and the afterparties with otrc at the oscars and jimmy kimmel's oscars special at ten followed by abc7 news at 11:00.
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some people in the east bay were awakened by a magnitude 3.2 earthquake just before 3:00 this morning. it was centered east of fremont. no reports of any damage or injuries. ripper mc hammer is tweeting after being arrested in dublin. some are calling the charges against him bogus. we have been tracking down the details. >> this is mc hammer's booking photo, taken thursday night after his arrest in dublin. according to dublin police he was parked in the hacienda shopping center when an officer approached him n a statement released the police say, quote, he had expired religion station on a vehicle that was not registered to him. he refused to give the information or any information on the owner.
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mc hammer became very argumentative and continued to refuse to answer any questions about the vehicle. mc hammer, legally known at stanley burrell, was charged with suspicion of obstructing an officer and resisting arrest. the 50-year-old rapper lashed out through twitter, paining a very differently motivated picture of what happened. saying i rolled down the window and he said are you on parole or probation? burrell said as he handed over his id the officer reached into the car and tried to pull him out. >> no charges should be filed. frankly, i think the resisting arrest and the other is a bogus charge. >> this attorney specializes a police misconduct cases and he's represented high profile clients. >> when you ask a person immediately if they are on probation or parole, you are essentially say that all black people i stop must be on probation or parole.
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>> no one answered the door at burrell tracy's home but the tweets kept coming. late today he said the only thing more dangerous with a gun -- a scared man with a gun is a scared man with a gun, an agenda and a badge. >> he will appear in court next month. abc7 news. six people are out of their homes this morning after a fire in san francisco's lower neighborhood. firefighters were called to waller street around 11:30 last night to battle flames in a three story building. the flames were under control and no one was hurt. the damaging is evaluated and there's no word on what caused the fire. milpitas fire officials are looking into a fire last night that broke out last night around 10:00. that was conway street near dixon landing. they say it spread outside of a home and the garage. crews were able to keep it from destroying the house.
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a man is identified as a suspect in the fatal shooting of an aspiring rapper. kenny jerry junior died last friday on the las vegas strip of a someone shot at him from a black range rover. police believe this has been, 26 year-year-old harris, was involved. he has a record for kidnapping and pandering. they believed cherry and harris got into an argument at a casino. two others were killed when the car hit a taxi and the cab burst into flames. boy, that was certainly something to see out there that morning. a real mess on the vegas strip. but weather is not a mess. all is well today. >> yeah. we have a wind-chill factor in the north and east bay valleys, but at the same time north winds keeping the temperatures hear in the 50s. a wide range of temperatures for your sunday morning. a beautiful shot downtown. we will talk about more 50sed to an 60s and we although look
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at how long the mild weather lasts. >> thank you, lisa. a horrendous wreck at daytona injured more than 200 fans. fine out how it impacts today's daytona 500. and oscar
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>> eats 6:14. and coming up on abc's "this week," two powerhouse round tables take on spending before the cuts kick in, gun control and chinese cyber space. don't miss it coming up right here on abc7. the daytona 500 is scheduled to go on as planned following a violent crash at the end of the race yesterday. 28 spectators were injured when one of the ten cars involved went sailing through the air and into the fence. abc news reporter chuck severson reports. >> violent ten-car crash came in the final lap of the race. kyle larson's car going airborne, crashing into the fence, separating the track from the fans. the whole front end of his car ripped off.
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a piece of the burning engine lodged in the fence. big chunks of debris flying into the grandstands. >> i had complaints in the cockpit, but i left all right and was able to get out of the car quick. >> all ten drivers checked out of the medical center of the track were okay but more than two dozen spectators were injured. some of them seriously. >> the key was we were prepared, we responded, had the appropriate personnel in place and were able to transport the individuals who needed to be transported off property and the others were dealt with on property. >> he was trying to block brad on the final turn. >> i made the move and then he blocked it and the two of us together started the chain of events that caused that wreck. >> as the cars kept crashing, three-time nascar champ tony stuart slipped by for the win. after the speedway emptied and the track cleared, they immediately got busy getting
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bowl of racing. immediately got busy getting ready for sunday's super bowl of racing. >> we are confident we will be ready for tomorrow's event with the 55th running of the daytona 500. >> it remains under investigation. >> new this morning the brother of oscar pistorius and facing a charge of his own with a highway death. that's according to the family. his brother was driving recklessly in south africa when he crashed into a woman driving a motorcycle. this was in 2010. his trial was supposed to begin last thursday, the same day oscar pistorius had his bail hearing. of course, you be know this morning pistorius is out on bail. he faces premeditated murder charges in the valentine's day shooting death of his model girlfriend. and jimmy carter is in san francisco for a speaking engagement today. he will be addressing the commonwealth club this afternoon on the challenges of a superpower. tickets are available through city box office for $30 for nonmembers. his speech begins at 12:30 this
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afternoon in the war memorial building on vanice avenue. >> 6:17 on this oscars sunday. lisa argen keeping an eye on the weather. >> it's really, really pleasant out there downtown but if you are in the north and east bay valleys you are like what am i talking about because temperatures are cooler there with a windchill factors. a lot of elements go into play today. we are looking at live doppler hd right now. yesterday it was pretty active in the south bay. sun sets at 5:59. we are going to see not only more sun, but a warmer afternoon today. so if you like that, then you will like today. in fact, look at this, the wind out there from our roof camera. and this is really aiding in our mild conditions here. how about 52 degrees in san francisco? but in san jose it dropped another degree of 3939. petaluma 39 and mid-4s with
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less cloud cover this morning. santa cruz and livermore still nice and mild at 47. the day bridge this morning looking beautiful with temperatures in parts of our north bay dropped off into the lower 30s. but head over to napa and it's 47 degrees. they certainly have the north wind. also gusty north win in fairfield, keeping the numbers in the mid-40s. but concord in the upper 30s this morning. so the north wind is allowing for parts of our north bay to see not only the warmer start now, but by this afternoon we are talking some upper 60s here. elsewhere the warming will be less impressive, but still we will see temperatures top the 60-degree mark. in fact, a little warmer than that in parts of the peninsula and the south bay. so light erwin here but at least the strong gusty west winds are a thing of the past and temperatures today will be around average. yesterday we were below average. sunny ander today. dry and mild the rest of the week. we are talking about friday
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march arriving. nice and quiet like a lamb. but you know we could see some inclement weather this march. march is typically kind of cool and rainy. so we've got that to look forward to since all we've had is high pressure day after day, keeping the storm track to the north. now with the area of low pressure heading to the east, the winds have eased off from the moisture and we are getting more from a north he werely component and that brings the milder forecast today. 70 degrees in los angeles. 62 in fresno. still a couple upper 50s here. lots of sunshine. beautiful sunshine. 43 later on in the northern sierra. 54 in yosemite. big time snowmelt going on there. back home we are talking about plenty of 60s today. 63 fremont with the upper 60s, compliment of the northerly wind. 53 should be the optimal number for fremont and 64 in oakland. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. a warmer day today.
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maybe a few degrees of cooling tomorrow. probably won't notice it and that's the story up and down. a little bit, two or three degrees each and every day until we get to the weekend or the end of the week we will see highs in the lower 700 he is. so this -- the 70s. if you want to get more information, abc news has another great resource for you. follow us on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions, rain or shine. plus get video forecast, spare the air alers and tweets from your favorite weather team. we are always on top of it. >> awesome. thank you, lisa. another bay area gun buyback, well, it ran out of money before all the guns were turned in. we will [ woman ] don't forget the yard work!
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to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> dan harris is joining us live from new york to tell us what is coming up on "good morning america." good morning, dan. >> good morning to you. what caused the spectacular and treacherous crash at daytona that injured 33 nascar fans. a multi-car pileup. sending debris right through the fence. how will it impact the daytona 500 where danica patrick will be starting in the pole position.
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>> the vatican is fighting back between the scandal. this morning the story that has the pope's spokesman of accusing people of trying to pick pope benedict's successor. the oscars are tonight and the question remains who is going to win. we will have the various races, who are the potential upsets going into tonight. we will look at that and on a light note it's a canine fat camp. inside a company this is helping to get minnesota's best friend healthy and trim. pet obesity, apparently a big problem in america. one dog at this place lost 25 pounds in three weeks, which would be impressive for humans. and that's all coming up on gma this morning. katie, hope you will be in the audience. >> i hope those canines can have some tips for their two-legged friends. >> especially going into top's
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oscars viewing party. >> oh, yes, you can be too thin. thanks, dan. this morning there are nearly 400 fewer firearms on the peninsula after a tri-city gun buyback. the event involving palo alto, east palo alto and menlo park was so popular many were turned away. police paid $100 forehand guns and 300 for assault weapons. one man alone collected $1,400. >> i'm a duck hunter and i've been hunting since i was ten years old. a lot of these rifles and shotguns, you don't use rifles for duck hunting, but i also deer hunt. and i just decided i don't want to collect guns anymore. >> in palo alto, the group "protect the children" which raised the money for the boo back held an an die gun rally, as well. the $52,000 the group collected was gone in just two and a half hours. >> coming up, the down down
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continues. we are just hours away from the big show and we will have a preview. >> plus pope benedict xvi retires on thursday, but this morning tens of thousands of faithful turned out to st. peter's square to hear his final whether he ising. as he prepares to leave, there's one more scandal overshadowing the
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>> it's 6:30 and we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather. hears lisa argen. >> good morning, katie. have you ever seen such a clear shot out there in take a look from mt. tam. it's gorgeous out there. north winds are blowing and the winds are allowing for some areas closer to the bay to stay mild. elsewhere numbers are dropping in the north bay and east bay. we have 30s. it's even in the upper 30s for our friends in san jose. this morning the numbers range from the mid-30s to the lower 50s with some breezy conditions city north winds. this afternoon the north winds warming us up away from the coast. so we will have upper 50s there. but just in a few locations. elsewhere the warmest highs
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today will be in the north bay, compliments of the sustenance with temperatures in the upper 60s elsewhere. low to mid-60s. should be comfortable this afternoon. in the evening more clear skies with temperatures dropping through the 50s. we will talk about whether it will be as warm tomorrow. the short answer no. we will come back and show you tomorrow's forecast and the next seven days coming up. katie. >> all right, lisa, thank you. only a few hours ago pope benedict xvi gave his final blessing from the vatican. his decision to step down is -- as pope is unprecedented in the modern christian church and now there's new speculation as to why. we are live at st. mary's cathedral in san francisco. good morning kira. >> good morning, katie. there are some charges that the pope really resigned because of a sex and blackmail scandal that's about to be uncovered.
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those sources are unconfirmed and no names mentioned. but the hope is saying he is resigning because of his age. he said he will still serve the church but i will do so in a way more suitable to my age and place. en pope benedict spoke with a clear, strong voice this morning for the crowd of 100,000 faithful for the crowd that gathered for his final blessing. thanked them for their close and affection. >> there are accusation that is mahoney actively covered up. >> i don't know many of the cardinals are concern about mahoney voting because they consider him a member of the fraternity. >> this time next week the papal
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apartment will be sealed for the pope's successor. the 117 member elite college of cardinals will stay under virtual lock and key until it arrives at a decision. i should mention pope benedict has one more appearance. his weekly wednesday odd in st. peter's square just a day before he retires. reporting live in san francisco, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> thank you. it's 6 k 33 on this sunday morning. the red carpet is well out and last-minute preparations are wrapping up for tonight's big event. of course, the oscars. abc7 news arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez has a sneak-peek for us from the dolby theater in hollywood. >> it's so exciting to finally be here. we are showing this couple from san ramon. they are at the red carpet. they won bleacher seats in a random drawing. >> it's intriguing. i love the environment and i love to watch the mechanics of the environment. it's a whole different take on society right here. >> this is where they will see the stars. the red carpet getting finishing
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touches. there were sketches of classics from films and it is lined with roses and cherry blossoms. >> we wanted to do something a little more modern. there wasn't anything that was preplanned or there was no samples made. >> inside the dolby theater will will there be james bonds? barbra streisand will sing here for the first time this 36 years. and host seth mcfarland may become a household name. >> i expect to have them hating me within the first 30 seconds. >> the i think the surprises of this show will be the musical numbers and the people who walk on stage that you have no idea are coming. >> he was hosting the beyond the red carpet preshow. after the awards the governor's ball features food from the flavor-filled little oscars. >> this is the greatest party. we combine great taste with great style. >> it continues monday morning
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"live with kelly and michael." it's a challenge. >> much more challenging. it's a huge undertaking. we did it last year, it was a big hit, so we decided to go for it one more time. >> who will the voters pick? its unpredictable. "lincoln" took an early lead and then zero dark 30. i was charged by "silver lining's playbook." and then "argo" and then ben afflect was snubbed by the academy. >> we are both voting for argo. >> i loved argo. >> this is an unpredictable year. there's been many good films and it's hard to say who is going to win it all. in hollywood, don sanchez, abc7 news. >> "on the red carpet" has the first position along the red carpet, as well as on the roof. we have a preview.
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>> you can also john us on line. we will give you more. you can log on to otrc.com/live. we will be on from 4:30 p.m. eastern and 1:30 pacific. >> we are hanging out on top of the jimmy kimmel building, giving you the best vantage in town. >> love her dress. >> and join us. it will be a party on the roof. who! >> abc7 news the only place to watch the oscars tonight. live coverage begins at 2:00. you can count down the final hours with our official oscars app. the backstage pass feature will give you the best access with more than a dozen cameras, streaming video, behind the scenes and from the red carpet. you can get the oscars experience by downloading our oscars app. it's available for i-phone, ipad and kindle fire and android. we are hosting a virtual oscars party on our facebook page today. all you have to do to get an
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invitation is like us on facebook and you can hang out with 95,000 other bay area fans to post your been on the fashion flops, oscars snubs and surprises. rsvp for that right now. our oscars coverage begins at 2:00. that's with "on the red carpet" at the oscars. the big show begins at 5:30. after that, following the oscars, we will have a recap of the biggest moments and all the afterparties with otrc at the oscars. jimmy kimmel special airs at 10, followed by abc news at 11. >> coming up next, two bear cubs rescued at lake tahoe, now back in the wild. see the moment they are released. and let's take a live look outside at 6:37 this morning. just a gorgeous sunrise there. crystal clear and mild, but this is not the case for everyone. here in san francisco, yes.
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elsewhere, any. lisa argen will have the
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>> two black bear cubs confiscated from a suspected
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poacher have been returned to the wilderness. they spent 11 months at a wildlife center with almost no human contact and now they are big enough to make it on their own. we have the story only on abc7 news. >> this is a big day for bear cubs that almost didn't get to grow up. they were found last summer at a nevada county gas station. they were continue from a man charged with illegally killing their mother. they weighed just 15 pounds each and would have no chance in the forest so they were brought here to the only certified bear rehabilitation facility in california. california, the lake tahoe wildlife center. >> we are giving them a second chance to be a wild animal. >> that chance starts today. >> there's the two cubs right there. >> the cubs spent the summer here eating and growing. then they began hibernating. today they are moving to a den in the wild. first the veterinarian gives them a sedative. as it starts to take effect, he starts to wrangle the cubs. >> watch the door. >> i'm trying to get her to move
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so i can get her brother. >> the male cub was sedated first so he's already immobilized. he's a big load now, 90 pounds. volunteers carry him inside for a check-up. >> looks good. >> they want to make sure the bears are healthy before they are released. they are being handed over to the state fish and wildlife department. mark kenyon is their man in charge of bears. >> we use the eye guards to help, to make sure they stay calm while under the anesthesia. >> the female cub is much smaller, 54 pounds. just heavy enough to be released safely. this is a happy moment for the couple who has given the cubs such good care. >> hopefully they will be running across the mountains, climbing trees, doing what bears should do. >> the bears are loaded into a cage in a pickup truck. then they are on the road bound for sage and forest north of lake tahoe. >> it will be quite remote and away from people so they don't have the tendency to walk into town and get straight into trouble.
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>> after an hour and a half drive the bears are moved to a snow-cat to head out to their new home. nine orphan cubs have been successfully released in this this area since 2004 so their chance of survival is very good. the last part is by sled. finally it's time to load them into their new den. it's actually a plastic doghouse covered with snow and outfitted with a bed of straw. the team gently arranges the bear inside. >> we try to give them a safe sense of security. it gives them that sense i'm safe, i'm in a secure spot, nothing can find me. >> the den door is covered with tree branches and a lot of snow. now it's up to the bears . if all goes as hope, they will wake up, check out their new neighborhood, then snug he will -- snuggle back in for the rest of the winter. >> that was dan ashley reporting. the man accused of illegally killing the mother is facing four misdemeanors. the wildlife center that cares for the cubs is a nonprofit.
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it depends on private donations. if you would like to help the foundation we have links at abc7news.com. just click on "see it on tv." 6:43 on this sunday, oscars morning. lisa argen is keeping an eye on the weather. >> it's beautiful out there, nice and clear. but if you live in the east bay, it's much colder there. here's a look at the north bay. you see the camera shaking a little bit. we have some gusty north winds. that's going to aid in our warming. 30s in parts of the bay this morning. i'll have those numbers for you next. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, joe thornton tries to fire up his teammates against the dallas stars and end their
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>> it's 6:47. lisa and i were just chatting about the oscars and things we are excited about. >> we need a gown. >> oh, yeah, my shirt for the oscars. >> it will be nice. temperatures in the 70s. we are warmer due to the warm wind. we around talking about that in the east bay because folks in the east bay are much cooler. today third annual northern california half-marathon and 5k
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run and still chinese community street fares going on. live doppler 7hd. the sweep atop mount state helinow. very quiet with little cloud cover to speak of. here's a lock from the roof camera. is it clear out there. it's beautiful downtown. temperatures in the 50s both in oakland and san francisco. the north wind is allowing for numbers to stay mild elsewhere. but as it slacks off, we are talking about upper 30s in san jose with the clear sky. it's cool in petaluma, as well. taking you over to the east bay, it's 47 in livermore. warmer there. take a look at vollmer peak. beautiful. maybe a hike in till den park today. we are talking just 37 degrees in concord with gilroy dropping to 34. some of those typical valley locations are once again chilly, while the north wind warms up morph the bay area. you can see the oranges and yellows. that's where we are seeing the
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slightly warmer air mass. it's significantly warmer in parts of novato and nevada off the coast. instead of the win coming from the cool ocean waters we are getting the down sloping wind under the big dome of high pressure that will warm us up today. sunny and warmer today with dry and mild conditions the rest of the week. temperatures coming up a few degrees today, going down tomorrow. that will be the trend right on through thursday when we see pretty warm temperatures by the end of the week. as march arrives, nice and quiet like a lamb and maybe a lion the rest of the month. we don't know because what we are looking at is high pressure that has stayed calm for most of the month. but as this gets closer to the eastern pacific we are looking at not only more sunshine burks not as gusty in the wind department. we saw plenty of 50s yesterday. today in the opposite direction where high temperatures will be over the 60-degree mark in most
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locations and statewide we are talking mid-60s in sacramento. they are really feeling the effects of the north win. 70 in los angeles and 67 in san diego. so very nice day today all across the state. back home we will see numbers ranging from the mid-60s here in san jose. average high should be about 66 this time of year. a couple upper 50s from the coast, low to mid-60s redwood city. 63 downtown. the north bay, this is where the win gets going. 67 in napa. nice and mild in the east bay. and out over the hills we will see the mid-60s return. here's act weather seven-day forecast. with warmer afternoon today it should be really nice out there. and tomorrow autofew degrees of cooling, maybe a few extra clouds. the weak system visits us from the north and doesn't bring us any rain. tuesday we are back up. wednesday more mild conditions. look at the low 70s return. seems like everien of the week they visit us and by the weekend we cool off. once again that's the trend. >> good thing for the seven days
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so we can keep track of everything. thank you, lisa. in sports this afternoon, the warriors begin an important five game road trip in minnesota against the timberwolves. >> last night the sharks tried to break out of their recent slump in dallas. here's mike shumann with the highlights and this morning's sports. >> good morning. we are going to start you on the ice with the sharks. they are sinking. they have only scored twelve goals in the last ten games. nothing is clicking. as a result they have dropped nine of their last ten. in dallas last night joe thornton showing fight. at least he scored a few punches. didn't help the sharks. their penalty kill faultered. jamir jagr with the goal. 1-0 stars. in the third, another stars power play. 2-0. sharks power play, 2 of 46 in their last 11 games. finally they get one. marleau scores off the face-off. twelfth of the year. 2-1 stars. san jose thought they tied it up late, he puts it in, but joe thornton calls for goaltender interference. questionable call, but no goal.
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the rookie goalie, his first nhl career victory. 31 saves for the goalie. stars win 3-1. college hoops, we are talking cal bears after defending 23rd ranked oregon thursday for the fourth straight win, hosted by oregon state yesterday. mike montgomery, 1 of 3 in -- in that town since 2009. and bears open the game with a huge slam by richard sullivan. he had 7 points in the game. justin cobb gets the winning point thursday against the ducks. trains the 3 late in the second half. cobbs up again, difficult jumper. he had 18. four seconds left in the game. cal up one. he starts with the ball. needs the bucket. goes for the three, nothing but air. cal wins and improves to 18-9. stanford hosted by 43rd ranked oregon. 15.7 boards he had for the ducks.
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hooks up carlos emery on the alley oop. stanford lost three of their last four, 77-66 that final. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> within hours we will find out which movie is the best of the bunch but you can no right any bunch but you can no right any which is the♪ you sig
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>> "silver lining's playbook" took home the best award honoring independent film. the picture won four awards, including best actress for jennifer lawrence, who is also nominated for an academy award. it also took home honors for best screenplay and best director. best actor honors goes to john hocks. for his role in "the sessions." hollywood is recognizing the worst in cinema for 2012 ahead of tonight's oscars. drumroll, please. these are the annual razzie awards. the twilight saga, "breaking dawn" is the loser. not when it comes to making money. taking home seven trophies. it featured worst actress, kristen stewart, and adam sandler took home worst actor
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for the second year in a row, this time for his debacle in "that's my boy." >> the north winds are going to warm us up, especially in the north bay. still nice. 63. 6 is in san jose a couple upper 50s at our coast. today will be warmer than tomorrow. we will cool it back just a few degrees and that's the pattern, up and down a little bit each and every day until thursday when we really warm up, upper 60s to the lower 70s. >> thank you, lisa. thank you all for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. abc7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. and you asked for it. now the abc7 news alarm clock app is available for your
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android and also the kindle fire. you can download it for free. and, of course, it's always been available on the i-phone. have a great morning, everyone. good morning america is next.
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good morning, america. this morning -- chain reaction. this morning -- chain reaction. chunks of a race car skyrocket into the stands at daytona in a fiery final-lap crash. just 200 feet from the finish line, remnants of a car slams into spectators. a tire spinning into the stands and landing on fans. >> stuff was flying everywhere. like you are in a war zone of something. >> we're at the track with the latest. chaos and havoc. 20 arrested at a mall concert for the tween band mindless behavior, what happened when a group busted into the building and threw a wad of cash into the air?
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final blessing. tens of thousands gather in st. peter's square as pope benedict delivers his last sunday blessing as leader of the world's 1 billion roman catholics. this, as the vatican lashes out at scandalous rumors over why the pope is actually leaving. and we're going oscar crazy this morning, looking at the likely winners and the long shots. "silver linings playbook" won big at the spirit awards last night. is that a precursor of what's to come tonight? just hours to go before the curtain goes up on hollywood's biggest night. hey, good morning, everybody. we've got a live shot of the red carpet in the hollywood. in a few hours, it's going to be crawling with stars, including our own robin roberts and lara spencer. who will leading our coverage at 7:00 right here on abc.

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